This week at Google I/O 2011 the Music Beta service was introduced. While the beta itself is still available via invites, you can download and install Google’s Music Player 3.0 application on your Android device to listen to your existing collection.
The user interface has been reconstructed to mimic the Android YouTube app’s tabbed interface and tie in with the color scheme of Honeycomb. Integration with the upcoming Music Beta service is already build-in so as soon as you sign up you can get to using it! There seems to be limited device compatability at the moment, which is further confirmed by the Android market reviews.
The changes are significant enough to get you to reconsider that third party music player you may already be using. Will you switch?
Be sure to check out the full video review here: